Tim Peck / Robin Rhodes

Join us for the second concert of the Music Underground series at Rockwood Music Hall (stage 3). This movable monthly series will engage diverse musicians in engaging musical conversations. Come every month and see what happens!

$15 cover (http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1804244)


Tim Peck is an American composer and performer based in Brooklyn, NY, where he has been an in-demand collaborator with artists from all genres and disciplines. Tim has been a Fellow at prestigious international artists colonies, including Moulin à Nef in Auvillar, France; the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia; and Willapa Bay Air in Oysterville, Washington. As a composer, Tim explores the contemporary conversational possibilities between genres. He has composed music for ensembles large and small. He was awarded the Periclean Award for his compositions for nine-piece jazz orchestra. Currently, Tim is finishing a set of twenty-four solo piano studies that explore contemporary harmonic concepts, polyrhythm, electronics, and motivic transformation for acoustic piano. Deeply sensitive to geography, Tim has traveled to many beautiful locations — including Abiquiu, New Mexico; Paris, France; Chefchaouen, Morocco — which are serving as inspiration for a forthcoming suite of small ensemble compositions. Tim completed his Master of Music degree in Modern American Music at the Longy School of Music of Bard College.



Robin Rhodes is a bassist and educator committed to dynamic projects that use the arts to bring people together. Robin is active in the Baltimore/DC area and performs and teaches in many styles including Contemporary Classical, Jazz, Indie, and Free Improvisation.

Robin holds a Masters’ degree in Modern American Music from Longy School of Music of Bard College and a Bachelor of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory. He is grateful to his teachers Donovan Stokes, Pascale Delache-Feldman, John Lockwood, and Kevin Pace.

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